Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS News May 02, 2016
The installation of concrete poles topped with electronic equipment along I-75 from US-27 to the Alachua County line are part of the Florida Department of... more
Funding News May 02, 2016
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced a $357 million Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan from the... more

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Safety Products Case Studies April 29, 2016
Distracted driving crashes are a prime factor in traffic fatalities and injuries. The National Highway Transportation Safety Association (NHTSA) reports that 3... more
Equipment Case Studies April 29, 2016
The dramatic changes in Texas weather can create a wide range of maintenance issues for the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT). Wind, rain, heat and... more
Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS News April 29, 2016
Users of the Pennsylvania Turnpike's Trip Talk app are part of pilot program – one that is transmitting live updates about the construction to their cars and... more
Work-Zone Safety News April 29, 2016
Prevention, early detection, and intervention to preclude additional hearing loss are essential to reducing worker disability caused by hearing impairment,... more
Automated Vehicles News April 28, 2016
At a Stanford University forum organized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Wednesday, a message from Chris Urmson, chief architect of... more
Funding News April 28, 2016
The S.C. Senate gave final approval Wednesday to a $4 billion road-repair plan that includes replacing nearly 400 bridges.   Legislators plan to pair the... more
Transit News April 27, 2016
U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-Ill.) is asking Illinois Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner to release previously approved state funding for a Chicago-to-Quad Cities... more
Funding News April 27, 2016
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced yesterday the immediate availability of $750,000 in Emergency Relief (ER) funds from the Federal Highway... more
Slab / Pavement Lifting and Stabilization Products April 26, 2016
The Vacuworx Octapad System lifts deteriorated concrete slabs from roadways and bridge decks. Each of the 8 vacuum pads can be shut off for areas that are too... more
Software Products April 26, 2016
Redi-Rock Wall is a powerful wall analysis software package for designing Redi-Rock gravity walls. The software is available free to wall designers and... more
Equipment Products April 26, 2016
IAS portable, all-aluminum, OSHA-friendly work platforms are ideal for extending a truck trailer’s surface, and provide safe, efficient trailer access while... more
Movable Barrier System Products April 26, 2016
The Road Zipper creates a flexible work zone for bridges that protects workers and motorists with the safety of concrete barrier.  During off-peak traffic, the... more
Asphalt Maintenance Products April 26, 2016
WinterPave asphalt anti-freeze is an anti-icing additive mixed directly with asphalt during production. WinterPave helps prevent hard pack and ice from... more
Work-Zone Reflective Markers Products April 26, 2016
Series 7930 leverages a new micro-seal technology to provide a prismatic material that has a bright, uniform appearance. This new material is workable and... more
Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS News April 26, 2016
Intuicom Incorporated, a premier supplier of wireless solutions to the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) market, announced today that the Montana... more
Accelerated Construction News April 26, 2016
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is reconstructing a few state bridges by using precast foundation elements and by constructing the new... more
Retaining Walls Videos April 25, 2016
When engineers worldwide need a proven retaining wall solution for their road and bridge projects, they turn to Redi-Rock for engineered walls they trust.... more
Traffic Safety News April 25, 2016
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) is calling on the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to implement overdue security standards for train and bus... more
Road Construction News April 18, 2016
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has issued its notice to proceed to North Perimeter Contractors to begin work on the $800 million I-285/SR 400 Improvement Project in Atlanta.   According to GDOT, the corridor handles 420,000 vehicles. As of now the notice authorizes right of way...
Transportation Management News April 12, 2016
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled a plan to build 50 miles of "better bike lanes" throughout Chicago over the next three years, a strategy that Chicago Department of Transportation Commissioner Rebekah Scheinfeld said will strengthen the "quality and connectivity of our bike network" by creating...
Asphalt News April 11, 2016
Indiana’s East-West Toll Road is set to receive a $200 million makeover and work begins today. According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, it is to be the largest project undertaken by the toll road since its original construction in 1954.   The project’s scale includes the...
Asphalt News April 11, 2016
Indiana’s East-West Toll Road is set to receive a $200 million makeover and work begins today. According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, it is to be the largest project undertaken by the toll road since its original construction in 1954.   The project’s scale includes the...
Asphalt News April 11, 2016
Indiana’s East-West Toll Road is set to receive a $200 million makeover and work begins today. According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, it is to be the largest project undertaken by the toll road since its original construction in 1954.   The project’s scale includes the...
Highway Maintenance Article April 08, 2016
Among the public trusts that touch the lives of pretty much every American, by either circumstance or necessity, the highway and road infrastructure system is arguably the most crucial.   Its maintenance is therefore of the utmost importance to each state-level department of transportation. As such...
Highway Maintenance Article April 08, 2016
Among the public trusts that touch the lives of pretty much every American, by either circumstance or necessity, the highway and road infrastructure system is arguably the most crucial.   Its maintenance is therefore of the utmost importance to each state-level department of transportation. As such...
Asphalt Article April 08, 2016
When the asphalt surface of U.S. 412 in southern Missouri required pavement preservation to repair cracking and increasing roughness, the project was scoped using diamond grinding as the primary preservation treatment.   Diamond grinding is a pavement preservation technique that improves pavement...
Bridges Article April 08, 2016
An important evacuation route and major link from the New Jersey mainland to the popular beach communities of Seaside Heights and Seaside Park, the 60-year-old Mathis Bridge carries three lanes of Rte. 37 eastbound over Barnegat Bay.   Constructed in 1950, this 66-span, 0.9-mile-long structure...
Asphalt Article April 08, 2016
From the semi-arid northern plains to the humid subtropical piney woods, Texas’ sprawling network of roads—nearly 700,000 lane-miles of them—span multiple climates.   The temperature and landscape variances over such a vast area can wreak havoc on roadway maintenance. Many shortcomings arise when...
DOT in Crisis Article April 08, 2016
The transportation systems for highways and arterials in the U.S. have advanced from a collection of independently operating devices to highly interconnected, far-reaching and integrated systems.   These integrated systems require a reliable communication network that spans a broad geographical...
DOT in Crisis Article April 08, 2016
If you are caught in the middle of this sandstorm, don’t even think about blinking your eyes. One second is all a hacker needs to penetrate a firewall and drop a load of Armageddon on a department of transportation (DOT).   “At any given moment there are about 20,000 attacks [happening] on the...
Funding News April 05, 2016
According to Mississippi House Transportation Committee Chairman Charles Busby (R-Pascagoula) who was working during the past week on a broad-based plan to increase revenue for an infrastructure plan, members want to look for additional “efficiencies” in the Department of Transportation during the...
Asphalt Products April 04, 2016
Kold-Flo pourable crack filler is a modified asphalt emulsion crack filler and sealer that is suitable for repairing cracks in roads, pavements, driveways, concrete foundations, parking lots and other asphalt or concrete surfaces. It is a cost-effective and fast-curing asphalt crack repair solution...
Safety News March 29, 2016
Small, localized channels of blowing dust are a consistent and dangerous problem for Arizona drivers. Resulting in obscured visibility, such channels played a role in a 19-car pileup that caused three deaths on I-10 near Picacho Peak on Oct. 29, 2013.   In effort to address this concern,...
Maintenance Products March 28, 2016
The telematics-based Winter Road Maintenance Control and Reporting System is the first to integrate data from snowplow truck electronic spreader control systems and RWIS (road weather information system) stations to provide fleet managers with a suite of performance reports. Report data is updated...
Asphalt Products March 28, 2016
The new Super 2000-3i asphalt paver from Vögele elevates asphalt paving to a new level of performance. The 10-ft tracked Super 2000-3i replaces the Vision 5200-2i, and features a basic width of 10 ft and a maximum paving width of 28 ft, with a top placement rate of 1,540 tph. The tracked Super 2000...
Bridges News March 28, 2016
The following is an edited version of a release issued by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.   A growing number of state departments of transportation are leveraging innovative unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology to creatively improve safety, reduce traffic...
Maintenance News March 24, 2016
The only road leading to Alaska’s North Slope oil fields is at risk of severe flooding during the coming spring thaw. Climate experts believe the conditions will be similar to those that intermittently closed portions of the remote highway for more than two months in 2015.   State transportation...
Maintenance News March 24, 2016
The only road leading to Alaska’s North Slope oil fields is at risk of severe flooding during the coming spring thaw. Climate experts believe the conditions will be similar to those that intermittently closed portions of the remote highway for more than two months in 2015.   State transportation...
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